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Armory crate service taking high cpu usage after switching to Eco mode

blinked2098
Level 8

Hi ,

I have been facing this bug in Armoury crate since around a month and a half where after switching to Eco mode on my Zephyrus 2022 GA503RM, CPU usage for the Armory crate service starts hovering around ~ 20%. This is causing high temperatures and battery drain. The cpu usage becomes low once I switch back to Standard mode for the GPU.  Hope this is fixed soon. 

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Regards,

Prannoy

 

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Mike2nov
Level 7

Also  I have the same issue almost 2 weeks, I tried all the possible as, reset or install again AC but nothing works yet

In that case I will request you to officially report an issue too with the log as it can possibly help the Asus team resolve the issue faster.

Hi, i've been facing this issue for months, the only solution i found was to complete stop from starting nvidia containers services. Did you found any other solutions?

blinked2098
Level 8

Does the latest update(v.5.9.4) of Armory crate solve this issue?

 

I've just checked that. No fixes. I created 5-6 tickets to asus due to this problem, all the time they say it is normal 🙂 

blinked2098
Level 8

Its a pity Asus cant solve an issue in a software for its own products. But I happened to try G-helper, as I was fed up of this issue, and found it quite good. 

I use it for long time. But somehow with AC games and everything else runs more stable and fluent. G-helper is good, but for me AC is a little better 


@testuser_profil wrote:

I use it for long time. But somehow with AC games and everything else runs more stable and fluent. G-helper is good, but for me AC is a little better 


For me I can't have G-helper without getting issues, as you said games and everything runs more stable with AC, the coincidence of few days running G-helper and then run sfc scannow command only to see that I already have corrupted files

Im not sure, but that errors after sfc ran, may be caused after AC uninstall. G-helper doesn't really infect system like AC does. I'll suggest you to find cmd remover for all asus stuff. It will delete all except essential services. Then run sfc and finally try g-helper.

Also, to keep similar performance of device like with AC installed, try to export power profiles that comes with it. After AC uninstalled, import them(there are guides how to do such stuff) and insert their id's in G-helper(config.json)(there is a small guide in its git repo)